We recommend that you fly to Geneva. If you have booked a transfer, Love Velo will collect you from the airport and take you to the hotel in Alpe d'Huez. The hotel is very close to the race villa...Show More
Today is a day to spin your legs and also go to the race village which to register.To pick up your registration pack and race number, you will require:
1. Your medical certificate or race lice...Show More
It's an early start this morning. Breakfast is served from approximately 5.15am and you must be in your start pen between 6-7am. You will be cycling down Alpe D'Huez to the start so please remem...Show More
Home to some of the most iconic climbing in Europe, the Alps offers famous climb after famous climb with Alpe D'Huez and its 21 hairpins being the most revered.
Climb the Glandon, the Telegraphe and the Galibier and experience the euphoria of conquering passes and climbs conquered by legends of the Tour.
The Alps are best ridden from the early summer months of May and June, through to autumn. Any earlier or later is difficult as the temperature in the mountains is likely to be cold with the threat of bad weather.
It is important that you check the weather before you go as even with this information, unseasonable weather can catch the best of cyclists out. Although irregular, it is not unheard of for some cols and passes to sometimes be closed due to inclement weather in the summer so check before you travel.